90 Miles From Tyranny : VIDEO: Idaho Woman Taken in Handcuffs Faces Up to Six Months in Jail for Taking Kids to Playground

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Wednesday, April 22, 2020

VIDEO: Idaho Woman Taken in Handcuffs Faces Up to Six Months in Jail for Taking Kids to Playground

So much for the land of the free.

A shocking video has been posted on social media of a mother being hauled off in handcuffs from a playground at Julius M. Kleiner Memorial Park in Meridian, Idaho.

It was posted on Facebook by activist Erin Whitt Timmerman and demonstrated how law enforcement officials will readily comply with unconstitutional orders.

She wrote in the description for the video: “Local police officer arresting a Mom for being at our peaceful protest at. The. Kleiner Park. Playground. In the first 10-20 seconds of my video you can also see an officer stiff arm a mom holding a 2 mo old baby What is this world coming too (sic)…?”

The crowd can be heard booing and yelling things like, “Paying taxes at the playground,” “This makes no sense,” “Taxpayer money,” and other slogans. According to the local news, the woman identified as 40-year-old Sarah Brady received a trespassing charge for unauthorized entry of the playground. Protests are reportedly being held at the Meridian City Hall on Brady’s behalf.

The Meridian Police Department (MPD) stands behind their decision to enforce tyranny because a sign and caution tape were placed around the playground.

“These are very trying times and the Meridian Police Department supports the public’s right to assemble for peaceful protest, however the right does not include damaging public property or ignoring closures of City property and facilities,” MPD said.

Playgrounds and outdoor equipment have been banned in the city of Meridian since March 23 at the behest of Mayor Lauren McLean. Snitches made the call to local police when they saw children playing on the equipment, which resulted in Brady being hauled off in handcuffs.

If Brady is convicted of the charges, she faces up to six months in county jail for the misdemeanor crime and a possible $1,000 fine.

Idaho is a state generally considered to be a haven for freedom, but even they have succumbed to the coronavirus hysteria.

Last Friday, a woman was cited for having a yard sale, which is arbitrarily considered a non-essential business and banned within Idaho. She may also receive up to six months in county jail and a fine of...

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Scott said...

What has become of my country?

This is so sad...

Doug said...

These stay-at-home orders are not just going to calmly evaporate into the night. Governments and law enforcement are living their dreams of absolute power. Nobody wants civil war but we are almost out of choices.
This crackdown must stop now!!

Anonymous said...

This is a difference between order and law. Each state will be different. A person cannot be criminally prosecuted unless a law has been broken. Governors cannot create law by decree. They can use police authority to remove people from public places, but in most cases, the offender has not committed a crime. It is very unlikely this woman will spend any time in jail. She will never even be charged unless this state already has a statute on the books for this situation. Virginia does not.


Anonymous said...

Does anyone still think that they can count on LEOs to come down on the side of the Constitution? Guess again.

Trust no one. Prepare for the worst and hope for the best.

Dave Bigboote said...

I'm really, REALLY hoping this is some kind of political stunt, but honestly the right isn't very good at astroturfing.

Anonymous said...

Befehl ist Befehl - what was old is new again.

Unknown said...

It's time to remind these LEOs that they live in the same community and we know where they and their families live. They either start respecting the Citizens or face the consequences!
When they are harassing you ask them who is protecting their family while they are harassing you.